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National Water Quality Monitoring Council Webinar Series: A small sample of the diversity in how states use Volunteer Monitoring data - Tuesday, June 13 (11:00am)

National Water Quality Monitoring Council Webinar Series

"A small sample of the diversity in how states use Volunteer Monitoring data"
Featuring a presentation by James Beckley (Virginia Department of Environmental Quality), Jo Latimore (Michigan Clean Water Corps), and Jody Arthur (Indiana Department of Environmental Management)


Volunteer monitoring data are used in many ways. Communities often use data on local levels to identify sites for restoration or screen sites for potential pollution while environmental groups might use volunteer monitoring data to increase awareness about issues of concern. But, what about state agencies? How do they use volunteer data to help inform their decision making processes and answer questions about how to best manage our water resources? This webinar will explore how three states – Indiana, Michigan, and Virginia – use volunteer data and the key building blocks to facilitate its broader use. Julie Vastine of the Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring (ALLARM) will moderate this webinar.

The webinar will be offered on June 13th, 2017 at 2:00 pm ET (11:00 am PT). Pre-registration is REQUIRED for this event. To register, please click here and register. Once your registration has been approved, you will receive a confirmation email with instructions for joining the Webinar.

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